Re: [NMusers] PopPK modelling of DDIs

From: <R.terHeine_at_radboudumc.nl>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:18:10 +0000

Hi Pieter,

We did a similar analysis recently on the interaction between ritonavir/darunavir, published in JAC by Stein Schalkwijk https://academic.oup.com/jac/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/jac/dky567/5304685?redirectedFrom=fulltext

It is hard to separate covariance in inter-individual variability from the drug interaction. You’ll have to make some assumptions or have data on both drugs without the interaction present.

Happy to share my thoughts if necessary.

Cheers,
Rob

Op 17 apr. 2019 om 14:39 heeft Pieter Colin <Pieter.Colin_at_ugent.be<mailto:Pieter.Colin_at_ugent.be>> het volgende geschreven:

Dear colleagues,

We are working on a model to describe a pharmacokinetic drug-drug interaction between two drugs.
I recall that in the past there has been a discussion on the forum about simultaneously modelling two different drugs for the sake of sharing covariates or covariate models between them.
Beyond those posts and a paper by van der Laan (AAC 2018) on a lopinavir-ritonavir DDI, I cannot find published (coding) examples of how to approach DDIs in a joint PK model.
Hopefully some of you are willing to point us into the right direction?

Best regards,

Pieter Colin
Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Department of Anesthesiology (EB32)
University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands


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